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    Become an apprentice today!

    Apply to enter an apprenticeship with MidAmerican and begin a fulfilling career in the energy industry. Earn a competitive salary while you receive hands-on instruction from highly-skilled professionals. Learn the latest advancements in our state-of-the-art Training Center for Excellence and work for a company committed to providing safe, reliable and renewable energy to its customers. 
    Electric Lineworker

    Get paid to train

    Apprentices start earning more than $25 per hour. 
     

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    Learn from the best

    Work alongside our most experienced electric delivery, generation and natural gas experts.

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    Obtain in-demand skills

    The energy industry is fast-paced, dynamic and evolving. 

    Explore our Registered Apprenticeship® programs

    Find the career path that’s right for you in one of MidAmerican's Registered Apprentice® programs. To be eligible for one of our trades and crafts apprenticeship programs, you must:
    • Be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or GED
    • Meet specific qualifications for the posted apprenticeship program including passing a pre-employment test
    • Successfully master the skills to advance to each level of training
    The line mechanic apprenticeship program also requires a certificate or degree from a one-year, approved line school. To find a program, search for "electric line programs" or "utility technician programs" at technical colleges near you. To confirm if a school’s certification is accepted, contact our electric delivery recruiting team at 515-281-2707.
     
    Find available apprenticeships

    Program

    Program length

    Starting apprentice salary

    Assistant Unit Operator

    1 year

    $34.70 - $35.47

    Certified Pipeline Welder

    3.5 years

    $30.80

    Combustion Turbine Specialist

    4 years

    $31.16

    Electric Meter Technician

    2 years

    $31.78

    Electrical Service Technician

    4 years

    $30.58

    Equipment Operator

    2 years

    $34.16

    Fuel Handling Technician

    1.5 years

    $29.58 - $30.85

    Garage Mechanic

    4 years

    $26.27

    Gas Serviceman

    1.5 years

    $28.86

    Gas Technician

    2 years

    $29.30

    I & E Technician

    4 years

    $33.12

    Instrument Technician

    3 years

    $34.83

    Journeyman Gas

    1.5 years

    $28.23

    Journeyman Welder

    3 years

    $30.49

    Line Mechanic

    2 years

    $31.00

    Machinist/Mechanic/Welder

    4 years

    $29.28

    Mechanic Welder

    3 years

    $28.51

    Meter and Control Technician

    3.5 years

    $30.80

    Substation Electrician

    4 years

    $35.78

    Substation Electrician Technician

    3 years

    $38.21